Celine Dione Back in Vegas with Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry and More

Resorts World Las Vegas officially announced Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan will all be residents this upcoming year.

The new Las Vegas Strip resort unveiled a minute and a half long commercial Thursday that shows what it calls “a sneak peek of the astounding entertainment to come.”
The $4.3 billion resort is expected to open this summer on the west side of the Strip near Circus Circus and Slots-A-Fun. 

The commercial also debuts the resort’s new tagline: Stay Fabulous. “The concept of Stay Fabulous captures the essence of the Resorts World Las Vegas brand where guests are encouraged to embrace their individuality and create their own version of fabulous,” Scott Sibella, president of Resorts World Las Vegas, said in a statement.


From massive LED displays to service at the touch of your fingertips, Resorts World Las Vegas is slated to be the latest tech marvel on the Strip.

Massive LED wall @ resorts world 

Resorts World joins other Las Vegas hotel-casinos in clamping down on smoking. Park MGM, also located on the west side of the Strip, prohibits smoking throughout the resort. Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, which is on the Strip between Park MGM and Resorts World, has banned smoking in some public spaces, but not on the gaming floor.

The restaurant options will include a 24,000-square-foot dining area called “Famous Food Street Eats,” recalling Asian hawker markets. The street food restaurants include Ten Suns Braised Beef, a Thai beef noodle shop, and Tiger Sugar, billed as a “Taiwanese bubble tea shop.”
Other restaurants in the resort will include Brezza, which will serve Italian cuisine, but not massive plates of pasta, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Among other menu items, Brezza will offer a “light primi” and “well-curated secondi.”